Already the blogosphere is buzzing with talk about the A-Z blogging challenge, which takes place in April. Sign-ups begin on Monday.
I did it last year and it was great fun. But I'm in two minds about doing this year.
See, I blog about books and writing (and occasionally I get a bit ranty about things). I've been blogging about being an unpublished writer for quite some time. To be perfectly frank, I'm running out of things to say, short of changing this blog's focus entirely to, I don't know, mittens on kittens or something (note to self: could be on to something with the kitten thing).
Blogging daily for a month, about topics on which I lack new wisdom, doesn't sound like it will be appealing to write, or to read.
I have an idea.
I am going to write a piece of micro-fiction (under 60 words) for every letter of the alphabet.
So who else is taking part? Any ideas for themes, or will you blog according to your mood each day?